» Tuesday, September 7, 2004


Asked if he would agree that the Prime Minister had appeared sympathetic this morning to the plight of the former Gurkhas who were seeking British citizenship and whether he might help them achieve their objective in any way, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had simply been acknowledging that the matter was being reviewed. It would therefore be wrong to attempt to pre-judge the outcome of that process before it had concluded.

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  1. Yes, If your law permits its definately good idea to give gurkhas the legal rights to stay in United kingdom as citizen.

    Any comments or questions plase do not hesitate to ask me.

    yours Sincerely,
    Australian public

    Comment by Australian Public — 16 Sep 2004 on 3:00 am | Link

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